Is it worth snapping up euros at €1.41 while the Greek crisis continues?
The financial crisis in Greece and ensuing euro worries, mean the pound is currently buying €1.41
7 July 2015
Greece in financial turmoil: What to do if you're jetting off
Many in the UK are worried about forthcoming holidays booked to Greece, so here's a Q&A on what you need to know
29 June 2015
Martin Lewis explains what a 'Grexit' could mean for your holiday
Many in the UK are worried about forthcoming holidays booked to Greece
23 June 2015
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16 June 2015
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2 June 2015
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What'll triumph in the battle of the savers? The contenders: a year's 2for1 films, Easyjet refund, 16 years free music
26 May 2015
Will the election hit the pound? It's at €1.39, so should I buy now?
The pound is at near record highs with £1 buying €1.39, but politics does play a role in currency movement
24 April 2015
Cheaper spending, hotels, car hire and more: 10 tips to cut European holiday costs
This time last year £1 bought €1.19, now it's about €1.40 – the highest since 2007 - so things will seem much cheaper
18 March 2015
The pound hits €1.40, should you buy now for the summer?
The pound has punched through the psychological €1.40 barrier today for the first time since 2007
10 March 2015
Is it worth changing euros for the summer holidays now?
The euro has weakened even further over the last week and £1 can now buy you €1.34 at the spot rate
26 January 2015
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